Being back in-person at a trade show means I get a chance to see new products up close, and often take them home with me.
Another in-person event is in the books for the fresh produce industry, and it will be a test for organizers trying to balance the merits of virtual hybrids.
What's it like to participate in one of these media outreach sessions? I joined the California Avocado Commission's season-kickoff cooking class to find out.
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According to a survey conducted by burger chain Red Robin, 39 percent of Americans recently “embraced veggies” over the past year, with spinach, kale, broccoli, and cauliflower topping the list of new vegetables they’ve tried.
The virtual event kicks off March 8 with a networking session, with the bulk of content March 9-11.
I thought the lines, the social media posts of product availability, and the hoarding common in the first weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic were a once-in-a-lifetime thing. Try adding ice, snow, bitter cold temperatures, blackouts, water shortages and boil orders. Texas grocers are surviving an apocalypse – and it’s not over.
According to the latest IRI sales data analyzed by the Produce Marketing Association, cherry tomato sales in the week ending January 24 were 29% higher than the same week last year.
How can a beautiful recipe image spur demand for even the homeliest produce item?